|[AMRadio] Insulation Resistance|
gkbrown at gwi.net
Tue Feb 13 15:41:49 EST 2007
I would accept 10 megs from winding to winding or winding to ground.
Anything less is indicating moisture or insulation breakdown.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Brashear" <rickbras at airmail.net>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Insulation Resistance
> Well Gary, I'm pretty good at confusing people and myself. I guess I
> worded my question wrong which is pretty common for me. I am curious as
> to what the resistance should be between the windings and from the
> winding to ground. My old brain doesn't always supply my hands with the
> correct words.
> gkb wrote:
> >I am kinda lost on this Rick. A megger measures resistance from winding
> >winding or winding to ground. A megger is pretty much useless for
> >winding resistance...
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